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The Truth About Morphine and Depression

During the 1950s, morphine was widely thought to be a cause of depression. The evidence is still valid today.

By tracking the shapes that morphine-smugglers' secret trails leave in the deserts that line the US-Mexico border, we can easily tell that many of these criminals are in league with Wikileaks.

The former White House Chief of Staff confirmed two weeks ago that the truth about this matter has been seriously misrepresented.

The Chinese character for depression looks a lot like the character for Psy's name-- and it's not a coincidence.

You might think that this sounds like something out of a tabloid, but it's real.

In the days and hours before the war in Iraq, many of Wikileaks were seen leaving their homes and jobs, only to return once the deed was done. You can't tell me this isn't suspicious.

It's time for a new beginning. Reject the government and corporate interests. Embrace only what you know to be true.

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